The IAES publishes two refereed, peer-reviewed journals that are disseminated to economists and the general public.
Published quarterly since 1973, the Atlantic Economic Journal has an international reputation for excellent articles in all interest areas, without regard to fields or methodological preferences. Emphasis is placed on theoretical and empirical research, with all papers published online first. The AEJ has traced some of the most critical economic changes and developments to occur on the global level. It is distributed to members and subscribers in over 60 countries worldwide.
Contributors include some of the world’s most respected economists. However, the AEJ also provides ample opportunity for newer economists to publish their research.
Founded in 1995, International Advances in Economic Research provides the latest research on today’s economic policies and tomorrow’s economic conditions. Economic restructuring in a shrinking world demands close analysis and careful interpretation. IAER authors from around the globe look at these issues, coming together in an exchange of multinational ideas.
IAER is more policy and applied oriented than its sister journal, the AEJ. In addition, IAER places less emphasis on mathematical models. It has an international Board of Editors and all articles are published online first.